[ODE] New release?
mr.olexander at gmail.com
Wed Mar 15 08:22:31 MST 2006
That would be pretty awesome to have ODE on SVN. As far as I know, you can
have both SVN and CVS at the same time on SF.net, so it would be great to at
least give it a try.
On 3/15/06, J. Perkins <starkos at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 3/14/06, Geoff Carlton <gcarlton at iinet.net.au> wrote:
> > If there are a lack of active owners, the STABLE branch may well become
> > fallow again. I believe its possible to make a tag/branch, where we can
> > split off UNSTABLE at a given point in time, make sure it is stable, and
> > then package that up.
> I do this for my own project. I think it is a pretty standard
> approach, and I think it is the right approach. I will coordinate
> things and get this done. But I don't like working with branches in
> CVS, when they are so much easier in Subversion. SO...
> Are there any objections to importing the UNSTABLE branch of CVS into
> Subversion? I find Subversion much easier to use, particularly when it
> comes to branching and tagging. It allows versioning of the entire
> directory structure, not just individual files. And a big one for me:
> it is accessible over HTTP, which means I can get at the repository
> from behind a firewall.
> The ideas is to import UNSTABLE, then turn off CVS and work from
> Subversion. I will create an branch for the next release (0.6?), and
> only accept bug fixes into the branch while I work on finishing up the
> new Visual Studio project files and release scripts. Open development
> can continue on the trunk.
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